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Popular Citation Styles

- And who uses them!

MLA
  • English
  • Literature
  • Foreign Language
  • Communication
  • Religious Studies
APA
  • Psychology
  • Education
  • Business/Economics
  • Nursing
  • Linguistic Studies
Chicago
  • History
  • Art History
  • Fine Arts
  • Anthropology
  • Philosophy
IEEE
  • Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Information Science
CSE
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Geology

Citation styles are the rules that dictate how books, articles and other materials are cited. There are many different styles for different disciplines and purposes.

Your instructor may want you to use a particular style for your writing. Read the syllabus to see if the instructor has specified a particular style. If no style is specified, ask the instructor if a particular citation style is requested for class assignments.

Click Next to learn about finding citations in Melvyl (the library catalog) and article databases.